They are ahead of the rest because they don t deliver mere platitudes about the importance of their employees to their business; rather, they create a rich culture supported by people practices that ensure higher levels of collaboration, greater input into strategy development and vision shaping, and distributed decision making throughout their population making sure that the people with the most relevant knowledge are tasked with making those decisions, said John Ryan, CEO of Great Place to Work Ireland.
What does DDM stand for?
DDM stands for Distributed Decision Making
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- Direct Debit Mandate (payment method)
- Direction du Développement des Médias (French: Directorate of Media Development)
- Discount Dividend Model
- Discovery and Dependency Mapping (Hewlett-Packard)
- Discrete Data Management (NASA)
- Discrete Diffraction Manifold
- Dispatch Deviation Manual
- Dispersion-Driven Multiplexing
- Distinct Different Marks
- Distributed Data Management
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Companies that are able to organize collaborative practices and distributed decision making outperform their peers.
describe the DARYN distributed decision making algorithm for railway networks, and propose the RYNSORD decentralized algorithm for railway networks with soft reservation.
Standards to Address Architecture and Interfaces for White Spaces Access, Protocols Enabling Distributed Decision Making
Printing, distribution, version control, distributed decision making, and schedule delays.
The document describes both a policy-based governance framework and a technical policy model for distributed decision making and enforcement.
Operating across the firewall, Omniprise brings groups together in real time for secure distributed decision making.
Companies are increasingly virtual, with distributed decision making and complex supply chains.